My Super Clean Water Cooled Machine *PICS*

Timmee

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PawNtheSandman said:
Anyone else notice the huge air gap in the tubing that splits off the t-connector and runs behind the MB to the radiator?

That looks like the hose used to fill the water loop (the 1st through 3rd pics show both the inlet and outlet of the radiator).
 

altec

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wow yes but i wood add some uv blue fans but no uv light just so you have blue clear fans you no
 

DaMiEn

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wow, I'm really impressed with the way you have worked that watercooling setup. good work
 
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I to prefer the clean look, that is an amazing job. I really like the way it looks like you don't have any cd drives too.
 
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o_O my thread is still alive??? sorry guys, i havent checked these forums for a while. i just cant spend any more money on computers, i just cant!!!! :(

ive given up computers/water cooling for a while (but ill be back....). my new interest is cars.....

ill be happy to answer any of your questions.
 
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yea... my black panaflos do look quiet ugly, but they have the best cfm/noise ratio....

the tubing behind the mobo tray is my fill/bleed tubing. of course there will be some air in there!!!!!

YES.... the computer on Gruntvilles site is my computer. Everything is the same except i have a 6800 GT instead of a 5900U.

The case i am using is a Coolermaster ATC-210 Verdant. they make like 3 or 4 variations of it. The only differance is the color of the acrylic door.

Actually, i was planning on selling the case and the entire watercooling system. PM if your interested.
 

s10010001

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Liquid_Cooled said:
yea... my black panaflos do look quiet ugly, but they have the best cfm/noise ratio....

the tubing behind the mobo tray is my fill/bleed tubing. of course there will be some air in there!!!!!

YES.... the computer on Gruntvilles site is my computer. Everything is the same except i have a 6800 GT instead of a 5900U.

The case i am using is a Coolermaster ATC-210 Verdant. they make like 3 or 4 variations of it. The only differance is the color of the acrylic door.

Actually, i was planning on selling the case and the entire watercooling system. PM if your interested.

I think there cool looking fans... wish i had some...
 

mickey987

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Tman said:
holy Crap!!!! That Is Really Really Nice!!! ^_^
Oh Yah! It looks awsome!​
I've never seen such a nice water cooled set up! I like the white ccfl with the case, it all matches.

Just wondering...where did you get that white ccfl? I can't find any, anywhere... :(
 

XXGG

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hahahaha....

Female in your wallpaper....
I've seen her many times in my regular porn site.
I don't like her Body :|
 

Erasmus354

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pardon me if this is a stupid question. I noticed that your power connectors are sleeved, but then they connect to some sort of extension things, that are just 4 thin blue wires. What are those, and where did you get them?
 

Lunas

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Now I am getting curious since i have seen both you and kyle do it you have the tube going from the pump to the gpu to the northbridge to the cpu...

Ok the GPU is a normal runs temps of 150 F so a source of heat in excess of 100 goes over a part that runs cooler over a part that runs as hot...

Would it not be better to seperate the gpu and cpu heat sources...
 

Alex41290

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sorry if this has been asked before, but what are you using to "plug" the T-line? and another question, WTH IS UR ADDITIVE?!?! :p
 

Mr. Miyagi

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I remember this case from the CM Mod Contest. Very lovely and elegant. You spent a lot of time and effor into this case and it shows. Nice work.
 

arock1_3

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What do you for living? Do you have an electrical engineering degree or something 'cause man that is well done job or you are just very patience.
 

arock1_3

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iamtherat said:
can i have sex with yoru case?
Hello, electronic parts inside. I recommend you take a picture, go to the bathroom, and....well you know the rest. I hope :rolleyes:
 

s10010001

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arock1_3 said:
What do you for living? Do you have an electrical engineering degree or something 'cause man that is well done job or you are just very patience.


hua? i didnt know an electrial engineering degree would teach you moding? now, mabey a degree like would help get a job, so you might have that much money to spend on a case and all the nice accesories... :)
 
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actually, im only 18. i dont have a part time job anymore, im a full time student now.

i guess im a perfectionist, so thats why my case looks so clean.
 

MrWoot

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that my friend, is one fine piece of equipment

and the computer looks nice too :)
 

steven1110

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First off, great case. I've loved the look since I first saw it.

Secondly, on the front, are the corners glass/plastic tubing or is it something solid. If they are hollow did you ever think to somehow use those as reserviors? Drill a couple holes through the rear and feed them a couple tubes. I think that would look pretty sweet.
 

ShaolinDragon

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Very nice case. Saw it ages ago but never said anything. Everyone would like to know what additive you use :p I saw you post it somewhere, but don't remember where.
 

Alienraptor

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Honestly I think this case is more similar to my concept of the ideal (non-custom) case than anything else I have ever seen. Of course, there are things like the Hypercube, which is simply too much to dream of ever being able to do myself, but aside from that this computer is definitely as close as it gets.

I can't wait to see what you do with the Silverstone; I've been looking toward that case as the chassis for my next computer. It certainly provides many interesting possibilities.
 
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